Chibok girls kidnapped to present Jonathan’s administration as incompetent – Doyin Okupe


The Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs to President Goodluck Jonathan, Doyin Okupe on Sunday said that the reason the Chibok girls were kidnapped was to paint Jonathan’s government in bad light, and make it look incompetent. The post Chibok girls kidnapped to present Jonathan’s administration as incompetent – Doyin

Timi Dakolo – Wish Me Well (Prod. by Cobhams)


Timi Dakolo reminds us of what good music should sound like with this beautiful classic in the making – ‘Wish Me Well‘, produced by non other than Cobhams Asuquo – the classic man and production genius. Enjoy!

Journey to Okeri’s untapped potentials


TUCKED in the heart of the Ilorin – Kabba road, Yagba west local government area of Kogi state are hamlets of villages, under the suzerainty of Iyamerin (four junctions), and Okeri is the fourth junction and our destination. I will explain the purpose of my visit to Okeri later. For

S-East, S-South regions call for Nigeria’s restructuring


The Lower Niger Congress, LNC, made up of people of the South-East and South-South geo-political regions, has called for the restructuring of the country to allow each region feel equal with other regions in the country and to control their resources for the betterment of their people. The post S-East,

Global Property earns European CEO recognition for quality service


Global Property  and Facilities International (Global PFI) Limited, formerly WSP FMC, has been recognized as the ‘Best Facilities Management Company in 2015’ by the UK-based Eurpean CEO  Margazine. Global PFI was selected for the Annual European CEO Awards after a rigorous process of selection involving a number of leading firms

Indebtedness: Oil marketers warn Okonjo-Iweala of fuel scarcity


Major oil marketers have warned that fuel scarcity may linger for a while as the federal government has not paid what it owes marketers who imported fuel into the country. The post Indebtedness: Oil marketers warn Okonjo-Iweala of fuel scarcity appeared first on Vanguard News.

Publication of bank-debtors: Shareholders react, back CBN


During the last banks' crash, the then CBN Governor, Lamido Sanusi, published the names of banks'-debtors,which made him the enemy of the powerful-blocs; while many of the then debtors threatened to go to court. Surprisingly, none of them did, instead they resorted to repaying some of their debts to the

Military ties with Chad, others’ll be sustained –Buhari

The President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, has promised that his government will not terminate the military collaboration Nigeria has with Cameroon, Niger and Chad to fight the Boko Haram insurgency. Buhari said this when Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State led a delegation from the state on a congratulatory visit to Buhari.

NSE index falls by 0.81%

The equities segment of the Nigerian Stock Exchange opened the week on a negative note as major market indicators declined on Monday. The NSE All-Share Index fell by 0.

Zenith Bank declares N33.128bn pre-tax profit

Zenith Bank Plc on Monday released its unaudited results for the three months ended March 31, 2015, declaring a profit before tax of N33.128bn for the period.

Glo Premier League: Teams find their spur on the road


Three away wins, two draws, 18 goals in nine matches, averaging two goals per game wrapped a superb weekend in the Glo Premier League. The champions, Kano Pillars claimed the bragging rights in the big clash against rivals Enyimba.

Sterling Bank’s Q1 profit rises by 25%

Sterling Bank Plc witnessed a 25 per cent increase in its profit after tax for the first quarter of the 2015, its unaudited results for the period ended March 31, 2015 showed. The results, which the lender released on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Monday, indicated growth

Rivers Polls: Observers’ reports biased, Dakuku Campaign alleges


Governorship campaign organisation of the All Progressive Congress, APC, in Rivers State, has described as misleading, a report by an international election observer, Pan African Women Projects, South Africa, that the April 11 elections in the state were free and fair. The post Rivers Polls: Observers’ reports biased, Dakuku Campaign

APC dismisses reports on zoning, appointments

As the All Progressives Congress puts finishing touches to an acceptable sharing formula, it has dismissed as speculative reports that it has already zoned National Assembly positions. The National Publicity Secretary of the party, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, urged Nigerians to disregard “the wild speculations” making the rounds concerning the appointment

AFBA condemns murder of NBA chair

The African Bar Association has condemned the alleged murder of the Ughelli branch chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association, Mr. Austin Ichege.

‘Judiciary workers unreasonable’

The Abia State government on Monday handed down a three-day ultimatum to the striking judicial workers in the state to suspend the five month-old strike or face the wrath of the government. The judicial workers, under the aegis of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, had embarked on the indefinite

Again, gunmen kill four in Rivers

THE level of violence in Rivers State took a fresh turn on Saturday and Sunday as four persons were killed in Eleme and Okrika Local Government Areas of the state. Two persons were attacked by unknown gunmen in Okrika, including a man that was killed in his car and taken